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With the Clippers now on the cusp of greatness, having a chance to re-sign the league’s best point guard and secure its future long-term, you’d think owner Donald Sterling would finally wise-up to the fact that owning a good team is fun for everyone.
Scott Sterling, Son Of Los Angeles Clippers’ Owner Donald Sterling, Died Of A Possible Drug Overdose
Scott Sterling, son of Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, was found dead on Tuesday night at 11:30 p.m. in his Malibu home. The 31-year-old Sterling was found alone, and his family and friends had not seen him for two days. Initial reports suggest that Sterling died of a drug overdose, and upcoming toxicology reports will either confirm or deny such assertions.
Clippers owner Donald Sterling is one of the least popular people in sports, for good reason. Indeed, it’s hard not to look at the guy and think, “Man, is there anything this guy could do that would put his ownership in jeopardy?” After the jump, the latest evidence that… well, maybe not.
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Donald Sterling thinks the best way to celebrate Black History Month is to admit 1,000 “underprivileged children” in free to a basketball game in march
Each time you read anything about Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, it’s hard not to come away with a similar feeling: “Man, that guy is just terrible.” After the jump, it won’t get any more difficult to think that.
When the team you root for has a 5-20 record, it’s more than okay to boo them if they’re putting forth a sub-par effort. Yet, for Donald Sterling, verbally hazing the Los Angeles Clippers (the team he owns and runs) from his court side seats may not be the best motivational tactic.
“Donald Sterling makes Rush Limbaugh look like Martin Luther King Jr,” said ESPN’s Jemele Hill…and the more information that turns up about the guy, the more correct she seems.